Gent’s stainless steel Omega Constellation, ST 355.0815. Omega calibre 711 automatic self-winding movement. Service pouch but no papers, circa 1973.
The Omega Constellation range was introduced in 1952 as a celebration of Omega’s victory in yet another chronometer competition at the Geneva Observatory. The eight stars on the case back are representative of Omega’s eight major chronometer competition wins during this period. The Omega Calibre 711 inside this Constellation is well-known for its accuracy and reliability making this a very special watch.
This gentleman’s Omega Constellation is on a stainless steel bracelet with a black baton dial. The 31.5 x 38mm stainless steel cushion dial houses an Omega calibre 711 automatic self-winding movement. Due to its age the box no longer has its original box or papers, but it has been sent for a service so it is available with service paperwork and pouch.